Review: Samsung Focus Flash for AT&T
By all counts, the Samsung Focus Flash is a great little phone. About the only thing negative I can say about it is the wonky camera button and stuttery video effect. Otherwise, the Focus Flash hits the mark on nearly every feature.
The hardware may be a bit boring to behold, but it is comfortable and capable. The Focus Flash has great voice, signal, and battery performance, and the screen looks great. Mango runs efficiently on the Focus Flash with no problems, and the software, applications, and tools available from Microsoft's mobile platform are as robust as any other.
For AT&T customers looking for a small and powerful device, you could do a lot worse than the Samsung Focus Flash. It lets you focus on what's important and tick off your daily tasks in a flash.
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